ISPs told to block 21 pirate sites
UK ISPs have been asked to block websites linked to pirate music.
The BPI has issued an order to shut down the sites which are infringing copyright.
Several torrent sites are to be blocked today as the order comes into place.
"We asked the sites to stop infringing copyright but unfortunately they did not and we were left with little choice but to apply to the court," said Geoff Taylor, BPI chief executive.
Gareth Mitchell, a Virgin Media spokesman said: "As a responsible ISP we obey court orders addressed to the company."
The following sites will be blocked:
38 million affected by last month's Adobe hack
Adobe has revealed that its security breach last month was far bigger than first reported.
The initial statement on 3 October declared that 3 million customer accounts had been breached in an attack.
Adobe originally said that the hackers accessed an undisclosed number of Adobe IDs and encrypted passwords that were stored in a separate database.
However, the software company behind Photoshop and Acrobat now admits the hackers obtained data on more than 38 million customer accounts.
Samsung app developer launched
Samsung has released a range of new software tools to help developers create apps for its devices.
Its five new software development kits could help drastically increase its app ecosystem as it competes in the smartphone and tablet market with Apple and Google.
As the best-selling Android device manufacturer, Samsung is looking to defend its top spot by ensuring new software takes advantage of the devices' proprietary features.
Samsung is hoping to attract interest from outside developers to develop more exclusive apps for its devices.